Royal Burgundy Bush Beans, in Development

I’m very happy to report that the royal burgundy bush bean seeds that I planted in my raised row bed garden a few weeks ago have germinated and have developed nicely, showing leaves and on their way to eventually becoming productive.

The beans are supposed to be stringless, which is a great help because removing strings or eating beans with strings is no fun! The bean plants are in a good location, with several hours of direct sunlight each day to help them thrive and develop into mature plants. It will be awhile before I can cook up a batch of beans, but I am patient. I water these each day and had mixed some dry fertilizer into the garden soil before planting the seeds. I think that the enriched soil helped produce this good result.

On weekends, like today, I water twice a day, once in the morning and once in early evening. It’s always exciting and encouraging to see good results in the garden!IMG_3248


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